Bosch ROS20VSC 5-Inch Random Orbit Sander with Carrying Bag

October 28, 2013 - Comment

The Bosch ROS20VSC is designed to give even the most exacting finish carpenters, cabinet makers, woodworkers and others exactly what they want, beginning with great performance and results. The optimized combination of pad orbit and rotation delivers fast removal and a well-blended, ultra-smooth finish. Bosch’s integral pad dampening system, a pad braking system, is designed

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The Bosch ROS20VSC is designed to give even the most exacting finish carpenters, cabinet makers, woodworkers and others exactly what they want, beginning with great performance and results. The optimized combination of pad orbit and rotation delivers fast removal and a well-blended, ultra-smooth finish. Bosch’s integral pad dampening system, a pad braking system, is designed to eliminate the most common complaint of random orbit sander users; swirl marks on the workpiece. Finish quality is further enhanced with the use of a soft microcellular backing pad. The pliable pad ensures a smooth, fine finish on flat or contoured surfaces. Includes: RS034 Soft Sanding Pad, 2609199179 Micofilter Dust Canister, VAC002 Vacuum Hose Adapter, Sanding Disc, 2609170071 Dampening Ring, Carrying Case.

Product Features

  • Twist-Off Dust Canister: Durable, compact canister shows dust level and easily detaches
  • Features microfilter system for optimal filtering of fine dust and trapping particles as small as a 1/2-micron in diameter
  • Hook-and-loop disc attachment contains over 35,000 long-life hooks ensure form grip of the disc
  • The variable speed dial allows you to match the speed to work piece and task
  • 2.5-Amp: 7,500-12,000 OPM

Comments

Anonymous says:

I have both this Bosch unit and the dewalt comparable unit. The Bosch is lighter, vibrates less, and is much quieter. The dust collection is also far superior. However, the dewalt is a little more aggressive in it’s ability to “spin” with a little pressure so i guess it’s a personal preference.

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